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Some decoys in oil paint

I've spent some time this summer practicing with oil paints. Here are a few I completed recently.


Barrow's Goldeneye


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Your decoys are amazing. I am new to carving and have used acrylics up to this point. What should I user for primer and paint for oils? Also, the paint you use; does it come in small bottles or tubes? What is the medium you use for texture such as the area you prepared for vermiculation on the wood duck? I will appreciate any pointers and resources for supplies. Thank you. This is a very informational site, the best I have found.

January 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLaurel Jellison

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